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murren says he's actively working to bring an n-b-a team to las vegas the m-g-m resorts head says that it would not be an expansion team, but most likely a relocation of an existing team. there is no word on which team that would be. we have reached out to m-g-m but are still waiting for a comment. . more breaking news now -- right now metro is investigating a report of shots it's happening near sahara and paradise. police say they got a call around 1- 30 today. it's not clear if anyone was actually shot. now to the race for the white house. both hillary clinton and donald trump have something to celebrate today. trump in d-c at the grand opening of his new hotel while hillary clinton campaigns in florida....on her birthday abc's stephanie ramos reports from washington.
trump stepping off the campaign trail for business in dc. trump sot: "my theme today is five words. under budget and ahead of schedule." the entire trump crew in place to celebrate his new 200 million dollar hotel ...just blocks from the white house. but on the west coast ?his star on the hollywood walk of fame..taking a beating but not for the first time?..the star now ?.destroyed. back at the hotel?..trump weighed in on the feud on fox news last night between anchor megyn kelly and former house speaker and trump backer newt gingrich. fascinated with sex when she tried to defend her coverage of trump's female accusers. sot trump: "she wants to withdraw that statement so badly newt. by the way congratulations newt on last night. that was an amazing interview. // we don't play games newt, right we don't play games." and in an interview with abc's george stephanoplous, trump defended taking time out to open his
to it. she goes, does one stop because she has no energy. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] it's great to be here in lake worth. wow. [ crowd chanting ] happy birthday to you clinton slamming trump on his wealth and for his rigged election attacks. clinton sot " and really while the hotel may be new it's the same old story // he relied on undocumented workers to make his project cheaper. and most of the products in the rooms were made overseas and he lowered."(we can shorten for time) tag: clintons event goals in florida have focused on getting supporters to vote stephanie ramos abc news washington another big endorsement for hillary clinton this afternoon. music superstar adele has endorsed her. clinton was in the audience at the show in miami last night when adele told her fans not to vote for donald trump. she then said she was 100-percent for clinton. adele acknowledged she can't vote in the u-s... but said america's next leader
affects her too. donald trump is attacking hillary clinton for that concert visit in an abc news exclusive with george stephanopoulos 007 -- what do you say to supporters of yours who think you shouldn't be taking time off the campaign trail from the battleground states? dt: well, i think it's so unfair because, you know, hillary clinton goes to see an adele concert last night, and everybody says 'oh wasn't that nice, isn't that wonderful,' i have stopped, i did eight stops yesterday, three major rallies where you know i told you 25 and 15 and you can catch the rest of this interview at 5-30 tonight on world news with david muir. tonight is the night! the i-15 northbound ramp connecting you to the 95 will be closed and will stay closed until february.... instead you'll be rerouted to the m-l-k flyover. the southbound 15 ramp that connects to the 95, and the m-l-k off ramp will also be
the closures are part of work for project neon. . now to a 13 action news exclusive -- a family is torn apart by a single bullet... 18:01:56-18:02:02 "i'm trying not to break down, but i just want to be with my family so we can go through this together." almost a week ago... police say a little girl accidentally shot her younger sister at home... mom was in the next room. the victim is in the hospital-- barely able to open her ee behind a locked door... in a purse with the safety on. the children's mother was arrested the same night it happened. she's opening up exclusively to our own parker collins -- and you can catch his story tonight on action news at 11. developing now -- it's now been a little more than a week in the battle for mosul. the u-s-led coalition against isis is laying the groundwork for retaking al raqqa -- the de facto isis capital in syria. that's the next phase in the
group. this is a new video of dozens of people leaving their villages to get away from isis. take a look at this video showing a man violently attacking workers at a big lots. police are hoping someone will recognize him before he strikes again. investigators say the man walked into the store near the 95 and tropical just before closing time on sunday and attacked the cashier.. with a large stick. back office hitting one of them repeatedly. police say he put his hands around that employee's neck and threatened to kill them if he didn't get money. he took off before police got there, but didn't get any cash. metro is making a big change that they say will keep you more safe... but it comes with potential controversy. they're now making personal phone calls to crime victims
for example -- if you had a family heirloom stolen but don't have a picture of it... metro might call you one week after the report and say sorry but the case is closed. the point is to improve customer service with better communication, and at the same time free up detectives to focus on murders and other violent crimes. take a good look at these pictures-- metro believes these two men were involved in another man's murder.. and they're trying to find them right now. this is 19 year old jordan delgado. investigators say they are the suspects in a deadly shooting earlier this month at a gas station near lake mead and hollywood. metro is now releasing this surveillance video showing the altercation they believe led to the deadly gunfire. police are also looking for a third suspect who was the getaway driver. as well as a silver 2008 mercedes-benz with nevada license plate zero-4-c....
right now, british airways is facing cricitism... because it still hasn't said what caused its flight crew to get sick... in the middle of a flight. british airways airbus flight 380 had to make a quick emergency landing, dumping fuel, after a smell made over 20 crew members sick. it remains a mystery because british airways still needs to come forth with what sickened this crew if the crew did indeed get sick. why were passengers not affected by this? british airways is still investigating the situation, along with the n-t-s-b. everyone i doing fine. brock turner pic - v new at 3 -- check out this anti-sexual assault sign at one california college. it features the face of a convicted rapist brock turner. the sign also reads, "don't be that person." it stands in a stairwell at california polytechnic university. you may recall --- turner was convicted of raping an
he served three months of a six- month jail sentence. ( ren blanding / cal poly freshman ) "at first, i was like, 'that's creepy,' but you think about it and think, 'that's brock turner's face,' and that smiling face gets really dark and ominous real fast." a student group called, "safer," created the poster. the group hopes it will help spark a conversation on campus about sexual assault. right now -- the president of the mississippi naacp is demanding a federal investigation -- after a terrifying and what disgusting act at a high school. what parents of one black student say happened to their child. and -- the largest recall in history is getting bigger! if you're a car owner -- stick around. and.. don't forget to download the all new 13 action news app.. featuring live streaming.. video on demand and incredible
figure out who put an urn full of ashes on his front doorstep. this gold box was left on a porch in johnstown, pennsylvania. inside it, an urn contained a la the name "john hardison" was on top of the urn. the homeowner says he has no idea who hardison was or how the man's ashes could end up on his doorstep. a note found with the urn only adds to the homeowner's confusion. it read, "michelle and dread, your better half remains." ( john cenc / got strange delivery ) "rather surprised. i figured why would someone put ashes on my front porch? took completely by surprise." ( jeff lees / cambria county coroner ) "it's definitely a unique situation. it's the first time it's
been here." the county coroner says hardison died of natural causes in 2009. three new airport employees will help travelers in san jose, california. ...but here's the kicker -- they're robots! meet norma, piper, and amelia. each one is equipped with a large touchscreen, giving passengers access to information about the terminal -- like where to find the ( rosemary barnes / airport spokeswoman ) "what they will do is both engage, entertain, as well as assist travelers with all the many services that we offer here in the terminals to make their travels through here much more enjoyable: the robots also communicate in six different languages. happening today -- it's national pumpkin day! the gourd is a familiar sight in and outside of homes in late october... and is often on the dinner table on november's biggest
the pumpkin is native to north america. the oldest evidence of pumpkin- related seeds were found in mexico... and dates back to somewhere between 7000 and 5500 b-c. this is how one ohio homeowner is celebating today!. that's right he created political pumpkins. there's even a vladimir putin one... the display's creator said- in clinktin weigh the same-- but putkin is heavier to represent putin's heavy influence on the election. anchors adlib and toss to bryan temperatures will stay on the warm side for this time of
we will watch some clouds moving in through the day thursday which could lead to more rain by friday. by as early as thursday night, our trough, now turned into a cold front, will interact with las vegas; giving the valley a rain chance around 20% by 10 pm thursday night. as we move into friday morning, rain chances spike and hold at 40% with the mountains at a 70% chance for rain and a decent for more snow, ice, and ice/rain mix. widespread showers ranging from just a drizzle to moderate rain will be common. possible thunder and lightning is plausible and will be monitored
chance will seize but mostly sunny to partly sunny skies will hold through the weekend. temperatures fall to the mid and upper 70s and hold into the next work week including halloween. winds will be breezy to gusty by sunday and back to breezy conditions monday morning. winds should lighten up by halloween afternoon. - v a contact 13 consumer alert now -- the largest recall in history is getting bigger! toyota is recalling another five-point-eight million vehicles around the world because of takata's exploding
they were supplied to leading carmakers around the world... and have already been linked to at least eleven deaths in the u-s . affected cars include hugely popular models like the corolla... yaris and etios. now to that disturbing incident at a mississippi high school. parents of one student say another student pranked him by putting the noose around his neck! more disturbing details -- ahead.
black teammate. derrick johnson, naacp: no child should be walking down the hall or in the locker room and be accosted by a noose around their neck the teams coach, who happens to be the schools first black head football coach ever, threw the white player off the team, and says the focus should now be on the vicitm. jean feaster, stone high head football coach: i just feel terrible for him and this staff feels terrible for him and his teammates. an attorney for the district... where an about 75 percent of students are white?confirms that one student has been discipln wants more. they's calling for the student to be expelled, for a federal hate crime investigtion, and formal charges filed. derrick johnson, naacp: this is 2016, not 1916, this is america. brad garrett: all of those situations that would appear to have some sort of racial, ethnic, religious overtone as far at the motivation to commit the act, as a practical matter, you're going to get the fbi to look at it the school district
them fro indentifying the offending student, but they tell us he was disciplined according to district policies. steve osunsami, abc news atlanta we'll be back with a look at today's top stories and a final check of your forecast! and.. before we head to break.. a look at tonight's abc primetime lineup. and right now live drive is already out on the roads monitoring the situation with that car-nado! look for live reports later tonight. we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis.
joe heck are attacking my time as attorney general. the thing they left out is the truth. the truth is crime actually went down during my time in office. that's why i've been endorsed by law enforcement across nevada. i'm proud of my record cracking down on meth, protecting seniors from scams, and holding banks accountable for defrauding homeowners. i'm catherine cortez masto. i approve this message because i've spent my career solving problems.
the c-e-o of m-g-m resortsjim murren says he's actively working to bring an n-b-a team to las vegas the m-g-m resorts head says that it would not be an expansion team, but most likely a relocation of an existing team. there is no word on which team that would be. we have reached out to m-g-m but are still waiting for a comment. . a woman is found dead on the sidewalk of a westside
they responded to a call of gunshots just before one this morning. detectives believe this could be domestic related. tonight is the night! the i-15 northbound ramp connecting you to the 95 will be closed and will stay closed until february.... instead you'll be rerouted to the m-l-k flyover. the southbound 15 ramp that connects to the 95, and the m-l-k off ramp will also be shut down. coming up on action news live at 5 -- we have team coverage about! car-nado is happening tonight and live drive is already out on the roads action news anchor chris king will have a complete report -- later tonight. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. in a story you asked us to investigate... a valley man says a road near his house is a danger to anyone driving or living in the area. we'll tell you happens when we
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young couple stands together to fight... >> judge judy: you paid them? gave them $120? >> that's incorrect. we also have one picture for evidence of, uh -- >> judge judy: ey! what part of "ey" don't you understand? >> well, she is just, uh -- >> judge judy: out! >> announcer: ...but is she better off alone? >> judge judy: who is that? >> that is my boyfriend. >> judge judy: listen to me. [ raps desk ] huge mistake. i want you to take that from one of the most trusted americans.
the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution 24-year-old valerie schermer is suing former friends eric goral and colleen o'neill for damaging her home and neglecting her pets while they were house-sitting. >> byrd: order! all rise! your honor, this is case number 40 on the calendar in the matter of schermer vs. goral/o'neill. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. have a seat, please. >> judge judy: okay. you were goingng away with your husband, and you needed somebody to do some house-sitting for you and watch the dogs. and you hired the defendants to do that. you agreed to pay them $120 plus a bottle of liquor? >> yeah. it was moonshine. and they watched your house for how long? >> it was for 10 days.